Dr. David Carr is an Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Northeastern Seminary and Roberts Wesleyan College, a candidate for ordained ministry in the United Methodist Church, and a John Wesley Fellow.
He has recently contributed works to the Catholic Biblical Quarterly and Practical Matters Journal and has presented a number of papers at academic gatherings.
His areas of special interest include identity and selfhood in early Christianity, theories of self and subjectivity, practices and models of biblical interpretation, and relationships between biblical theology and social justice.
Dr. Carr participates in the Society of Biblical Literature, the Wesleyan Theological Society, the Wesleyan Philosophical Society, and a Foundation for Theological Education.
I got out of bed on two strong legs.It might have been otherwise. I ate cereal, sweet milk, ripe, flawless speech. It might have been otherwise.I took the dog uphill to the birch wood.All morning I did the work I love.